The Department of Corrections will protect the public through the constructive management of offenders placed in its charge. Visit the website for information
Business and Industry Services
Providing solutions to improve employee productivity, quality, and satisfaction
Regardless of the industry or size of your company, developing and retaining your workforce to compete in the face of rapid change requires an ongoing investment in training and development.
Whether your training needs are technical skills, soft skills, leadership development, or continuous improvement, Western Technical College Business and Industry Services has the expertise to help your company develop a top-quality workforce. In addition, BIS can help build the structure and strength of your organization through strategic planning, performance improvement, or other technical services.
With training and seminars offered at Western campus locations, online, or at your business, when you work with Western, you can expect focused solutions tailored to your situation, schedule, and budget.
If you’re thinking of starting, improving or expanding a business, the Western Dairyland Business Center can help. We work with start-ups and existing businesses to offer assistance and training in all aspects of business, including business plan development, marketing, management and finance options. Special efforts are made to assist economically and socially disadvantaged women and individuals through low or no-cost classes, events and business counseling. We’ve helped more than 500 clients start business in Western Wisconsin, resulting in more than 1,000 full-time and part-time jobs. Our clients include men, women, teenagers, minority populations, military veterans, disabled individuals and low-income families.
Job Center of Wisconsin: Where talent & opportunity meet.
A proud partner of the American Job Center network
Contact the experienced and professional staff at your local job center to receive comprehensive employment services. Employers work with the Business Services team to: post jobs on JCW; access regional labor market information, expand talent searches to include target populations, such as people with disabilities and veterans; coordinate onsite recruitment, application collections and interviews; perform National Career Readiness Certification testing; and obtain Fidelity Bonds. Job seekers also receive staff help with: resume and interview preparation; soft skills training; job search assistance; matching employment skills with available job opportunities; and more. Connect with your Western Wisconsin Business Services Team who provide collaborative, high quality, demand driven services to assist businesses with recruitment, retention, training, and workforce planning. Connect with any one of our Business Services Team Members, and we will work with you to find the personalized solutions that meet the needs of your business. The workforce landscape is undergoing many important changes, contact us and we will provide you with valuable tools that your business can utilize today to meet your workplace objectives.
Local government unit providing services to the citizens, businesses and visitors in order to make Black River Falls a fine place to raise your family and a dynamic location for your business.
UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations.
UMOS began as a single-focused, single state, migrant and seasonal farm worker serving agency only. Today, UMOS offers diverse programs and services to diverse populations with a diverse staff. Currently, UMOS operates 40+ programs with more than $25 million grant and performance-based contracts from federal, state, and local funding sources.
Programs and services provided by UMOS are divided into three major divisions: workforce development, child development, and social services, which include farm labor housing, Teen Tobacco Prevention, HIV prevention services, domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking supportive services, home energy assistance, food pantry, farm labor housing and after school programs . In addition to these programs, UMOS sponsors and organizes a number of corporate, cultural and community events in Wisconsin. The UMOS corporate offices are located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. UMOS programs operate throughout the state of Wisconsin, as well as in Florida, Minnesota, Missouri, and Texas, along with a housing consortium in an eight-state area.
Natural resources, such as those provided by the County Forest, are the base for addressing the ecological and socioeconomic needs of society. The mission of the Jackson County Forestry is to manage, conserve and protect these resources on a sustainable basis for present and future generations. Approximately 120,000 acres make up the Jackson County Forest. With our extensive trail system and abundance of camping opportunities Jackson County Forestry and Parks is committed to serving your recreational needs.
The School District of Black River Falls offers individualized learning through a combination of virtual and blended coursework. Individual support for literacy through the Literacy Collaborative framework in grades K-5. Focus on 21st century skills. Approximately 1,850 students. Virtual school taught by local educators as well as through a consortium K-12.